Nov 15, 2012 This question is not about how to use mutexes, but how to suspend a thread. In Unix specification there is a thread function called pthreadsuspend, and another called pthreadresumenp, but for some reason the people who make Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD and so on have not implemented these functions. The bg command can be used to resume a suspended process in the background. When used with no arguments, the bg command will continue the last suspended job.
To resume job number 2, you would type the command: bg 2. The fg command resumes a suspended process in the foreground. For example, to resume job 1 in Apr 20, 2008 resume the suspended background job Hi, I was running a job in background and because of some immediate work to be done on my machine, I stopped the background job.
Typing jobs at the prompt shows all suspended jobs and allows you to pick which one to put into the foreground with fg 1 or the background with bg You can replace 1 wiht 2 or whatever the job number is.
I suspended by CtrlZ, and then resume its running in the background by bg. How to suspend and bring a background process to foreground. Ask Question. bg will background the most recently suspended program (use bg 2 with the job number, Most of the new comers in UNIX world aware of How to start a application, job, or even background process from command line.
However shell offers extensive job control like putting a running job in the background, suspend a job, list it, restart it and so on! A) To start a job in background use Continue reading" FreeBSD: Job management" Jan 10, 2002 fg can bring the job to foreground. What actually killerserv wants is run the stopped process in the background. I have tried to resume a stopped process with bg.
but the job is still not running although it may be in the background. I am having similar observations as Killerserv had. Well it Apr 10, 2011 My system runs PCBSD 8.
2, with a FreeBSD 8. 2 under the hood. One requirement for resume is to have the usb stack compiled as modules. But its not sufficient enough, my Thinkpad R60 resumes but usb ports are down, no power at all.
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